Tata Steel Nederland has reached new agreements with Wuppermann, BILSTEIN, EMW Stahl Service and Arania to supply them with Zeremis® Carbon Lite starting 2023. The use of lower CO2 steel by these steel processors, who supply major players in the automotive and industrial markets, enables their customers to make greener end products such as kitchens, robotic storage systems and passenger cars. As part of the new strategy, Tata Steel Nederland has been offering lower CO2 steel under the Zeremis® brand since July 2022. The lower CO2 intensity is based on CO2 savings realized within Tata Steel Nederland and is verified by independent assurance expert DNV. Additional Zeremis® green steel products will follow in the near future, for example, Zeremis® products with increased recycled content. As recently showcased the company also already offers the opportunity to secure Zeremis green steel from the new hydrogen-based steelmaking route. The Wuppermann Group is a medium-sized family business based in Leverkusen, Germany, that has been successfully active in steel processing for over 150 years. Wuppermann provides highest corrosion protection with lowest CO2 emissions by its heat-to-coat hot-dip galvanizing process. Leading in cold-rolled steel the companies of the BILSTEIN GROUP combine extensive and international expertise in the manufacture and sale of technical solutions made from cold-rolled strip. Our strategy and our technical orientation are always geared to the needs of our customers.As one of the largest mill-independent steel service centers in Europe, EMW supplies coils, slit strip, blanks and circular blanks to the steel processing industry. Divided between the two sites in Neunkirchen (North Rhine-Westphalia) and Treuen (Saxony), EMW constantly stores more than 220,000 tonnes of thin sheet. Grupo Arania is one of the European leaders in the transformation of steel. With more than 80 years of experience and 404,000 tonnes of processed steel a year, its continuous commitment to leading edge technology has seen it become one of the greatest exponents in the sector, and it has consolidated its presence in the major international marketsTata Steel Nederland is one of Europe’s leading steel producers and its IJmuiden steelworks has been among the industry’s best 10% in CO2 efficiency since 2013. Currently, the CO2 intensity of the steel produced in IJmuiden is around 7% below the European average and almost 19% below the global average. As a result, the site is one of the most CO2 efficient in the world. Recently, Tata Steel Nederland revised its climate strategy and sharpened its ambitions. It aims to reduce CO2 emissions by 35-40% by 2030 and to be completely carbon neutral by 2045. Across Europe, the company is implementing CO2-reducing measures at its locations, including the switch to green hydrogen-based steelmaking at its IJmuiden steelworks.